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about the trial of michael jackson's doctor, conrad murray, so he goes behind the headlines with us. >>> and also behind the headlines, the unemployment rate at 9.1%. the fed chairman recently saying the economic recovery is, quote, close to faltering. millions of americans are worried about their savings, how they're going to support their families, whether they'll have enough money to retire. coming up, we're going to get you through your financial emergencies in today's "money 911. o of". >> all right. >> good. ann sold the olympic torch and now prayer beads given to her personally by the dalai lama. >> you know, she asked me to be generous and it's for charity. >> let's go inside to the news desk. >> giving me a hard time for donating -- how about a beaded head? >> thank you, matt, ann and al. good morning, everybody. amanda knox is back in the u.s. this morning after four years in an italian prison. nbc's stephanie gosk is in seattle with more. stephanie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tamron. she spent 1,450 days in that prison. but it only took 30 hours to get her b
. these retailers know how to lure you in using music, food displays, yummy scents to make you spend more of your dollars and cents. works like a charm. how to avoid the retail traps in "today's consumer. ". >>> natalie is at the news desk with the headlines. >> good morning, matt, savannah and al. tension and arreststs at the occupy wall street protests this morning. mara, good morning. >> reporter: several several arrests and clashes with police during an impromptu celebration march, a victory against the owners of zucotti park where they've been camped out for a month, word came they would not have to evict the park for a cleaning. the park's owners would postpone the scheduled cleaning because they hoped to come to an agreement directly with the protesters. before that announcement was made this morning, up to 1,000 protesters gathered in zucotti park for an early morning rally, an attempt at eviction and attempt to silence them. the occupy wall street protesters have been camped out for a month. the city originally told them they could stay indefinitely then said they'd have to leave tempora
people hanging around with us this morning. we thank them for that on kind of a cooler, damper day here in the northeast. i'm matt lauer with ann curry. al roker and savannah guthrie and unfortunately talk about a tragic story out of california. a man goes into a hair salon in seal beach, opens fire. at least eight people were killed. the man was taken into custody a short time later. what was the motive? what drove him to this? we'll be talking about that in this half hour. >>> meantime have you guys heard about this operation hacker-azzi? basically this florida guy now accused of hacking into the e-mail accounts of a lot of celebrities. in fact, more than 50 people including people like scarlett johansson, in some cases photographs that the star did not want splashed all over the internet that were so we'll tell you more about that arrest. >> all right. and today's prfrofessionals are back with their strong opinions on interesting topics including whether sexy ads on billboards should be allowed near schools. there is a new law that outlaws that. we'll talk about that. also tough to f
news update. we'll have more on your weather, too. join us for a full >>> good morning. here it comes. the first nor'easter of the season is taking aim, bringing snow, rain and high winds from virginia to maine. the powerful system could impact 60 million people with some areas expected to get more than a foot of snow. >>> new twist in the search for 10-month-old lisa irwin. the parents scheduled a police interview with the baby's missing brothers and one of the lawyers for the family stops working on the case. >>> and bright lights, our holiday extravaganza kicks off. amy and i look for things that go bump in the night. what did we encoter? we'll tell you this coming what did we encoter? we'll tell you this coming saturday, october 29th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a saturday morning. i'm lester holt. boo. >> and i'm amy robach. didn't work. we felt at moments maybe we weren't alone in that prison. it was dark, it was creepy. i heard things. >> it was one of those what were we thinking things going into this da
that hurt your daughter that you are not telling us? >> no, no, no. if i thought there was a chance i would say it. no, no. i don't think that alcohol changes a person enough to do something like that. >> reporter: deborah now says she last saw her daughter when she put her to bed at 6:40 p.m., not 10:30 as the family first reported. it was the first time lisa's father jeremy, an electrician, had ever worked an overnight shift making repairs at this kansas city starbucks. when jeremy got home before 4:00 in the morning he said he found the front door unlocked, several lights on and a window screen tampered with. police have tried to recreate how an abductor may have broken into the home through that window. you told us police said you failed a lie detector test. what question or questions did they say you failed? >> they said i failed when they asked me where she was. >> reporter: deborah and jeremy say they refuse to let detectives reinterview lisa's 8 and 5-year-old half-brothers. >> they said they heard noises. i don't know if that was before they went to sleep or after. i have not sat d
and deals for us today. where viewers get exclusive discounts on items like an iphone case, faux leather jacket, skin caroline, a must have for celebrities, some of today's items nearly 80% off. and then, doing my art fern. and then -- >> a whole group of people have no idea. >> no idea. fruits and vegetables, whole grain breads, can too much fiber be too much of a good thing? oh, my! speaking let's do traffic, there's a backup. joy bauer answers nutrition questions in our "diet s.o.s. ". >> tamron hall at the news desk. >> this morning at dawn former libyan leader moammar gadhafi was buried along with his son and top aide. several were present as islamic prayers were read over the bodies. he was captured in his hometown of sirte last thursday. >>> in eastern turkey, thousands of people spent the night outdoors afraid to return to their homes after a massive earthquake and hundreds of aftershocks. rescuers are racing against time to find survivors in the rubble. so far they've pulled several people out alive today. more than 370 people have died in the tremor and some 1,300 others were i
by prescription drugs he was already taken. friday's testimony brought us more fireworks from the witness stand. >>> then an update on that rescue mission from antarctica. renee nicole ducur suffered a stroke in the south pole. it took weeks before they were able to get in there to get her. she's back in the states and we'll tell you how she's doing. >>> and william and kate's baby will succeed to the throne even if it's a girl. we'll have a live report from buckingham palace. >> still newlyweds and we're crowning their kids already. my goodness. >>> a storm is coming into the northeast. how bad are things going to get? nbc meteorologist bill karins is here to tell us more about it. >> good morning, lester. historic. we've never seen a storm like this that has the power to knock out power to this many people and take down this many tree limbs. i'm not concerned with the appalachians and new england. it's the valleys and the hills where the leaves are still on. if you get that heavy snow, you're the ones i'm worried about losing power during the day today. right now, as expected, most of this is
of them. coming up. >> that's important. >> made us all quiet for a second. >>> let's go inside, natalie is off today. savannah guthrie filling in at the news desk. >> good morning, guys. in the newspapers today, tensions appear to have eased now in oakland, california, after boiling over during the night. police in riot gear used tear gas on hundreds of occupy wall street protesters, hours after police dismantled their encampment near a government building. police used tear gas after protesters threw rocks and bottles at officers and in atlanta, they were arrested after ignoring warnings to leave a downtown park. >>> today president obama announces a plan to help millions struggling with student loans. the aim of the plan is to allow student loan recipients to lower payments and could nsolidate lo. last night he spoke go moammar gadhafi's death. he says "it sends a strong message around the world to dictators that people long to be free." >>> a government advisory panel is recommending a vaccine against cervical cancer be given to boys as well as girls. six 2006 health officials have tr
was spotted, and u.s. officials say it was targeted by a nato air strike. gadhafi survived the strike. witnesses say he managed to crawl to a nearby drain pipe. it was there in the pipe that the former dictator was found by rebels. rebels quickly covered it in graffiti that reads "gadhafi was here." rebels arrested his bodyguards and seized a gold pistol they say gadhafi was carrying. but gadhafi himself didn't put up a fight. confused, he asked rebels who they were and said "don't shoot, i'm like your father." but these rebels say they did shoot gadhafi at least once in the stomach. >> we shot him. somebody shot him by gun gun, .9-milli. >> reporter: they also hit him with their shoes. then officials say the rebels couldn't contain their emotions and rage. rebels executed gadhafi with a gunshot to the head. president obama called gadhafi's death an opportunity for libyans to move forward and said the war he backed through nato was complete. >> this marks the end of a long and painful chapter for the people of libya who now have the opportunity to determine their own destiny. >> repor
are flying in seattle. >> okay! >> the fish market is obviously behind us. there is a reason behind their madness and we'll reveal that later. >> hi, everybody. [ applause ] >> look at our crowd. we have a killer crowd. i've got to tell you, they were out here, what time were they out? >> we came in around 4:00. >> and people were here. >> we thank you guys for all coming out and to visit us and say hi. >> you've been getting a little bit of a tour of seattle. >> wait a minute. on what it in, we had a huge tragedy. we don't want to talk about it. >> we ran out of wine on the airline. we're not going to mention any names delta. >> but we have definitely been making up for it here. >> and we are drinking washington state wine, people! >> we just want to give you a little overview of what's going on in seattle. just so you know where we are, seattle is about 2,400 miles from new york city as the crow flies south of the u.s./canadian border. you can drive to vancouver in about 2 1/2 hours. >> i love to do that. >> the city surrounded by water. the puget sound to the west and lake washin
>>> good morning. heading home, president obama says all u.s. troops in iraq will be out of the country by the end of the year. it is a major milestone in the nearly decade-long battle. but is it the right decision? >>> baby lisa bombshell, the search for the missing 10-month-old takes a shock new turn with investigators making a chilling discovery inside the family's home. >>> and harry's california girl. reports this morning that the dashing young prince has a new squeeze from san diego. if he take a close look, she looks a lot like princess kate. is she the one? looks a lot like princess kate. is she the one? today is october 22nd, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> welcome to "today" on this saturday morning. i'm amy robach. >> and i'm carl quintanilla filling in for lester. safe to say, prince harry is not just here for military exercise peps. >> that's one way to put it. i apparently has a new girlfriend and they met on harry's first weekend off from flying helicopters. who is she? we will tell you, coming up. >>> news out of australia, an ameri
. >>> it was not a nice day for a white wedding has the unsuspecting couple got blasted by a dust storm or as al makes us familiar with a haboob. they finished the ceremony as the storm whipped through her beautiful white dress. he's whipg his face but all you need is love. 7:06, back to matt, savannah and al. that's true love because i would have been out of there. >> windbreaker would have been good for that moment. >> thanks for not doing a cartwheel after the texas rangers win. >> you may kiss the bride if you can find her. >> we've seen a lot of those it seems. >> we are. another thing a lot of folks got to see last night the northern lights, the aurora borealis, unusual this far into parts of the south, missouri, when the sun emits the energy articles toward our ionosphere, and the reflection is the northern lights. as we look down toward the caribbean, we've got something else to worry about, hurricane rina, 210 miles southwest of grand cayman, 100-mile-per-hour winds, just barely moving, the path brings it across the yucatan and on into cuba by early saturday but take a look at this, not all the
the area. >> reporter: wainwright's horrified friends, both also from the u.s., tried to help, but it was too late. >> this is a tragic situation, and it's the third shark fatality we have had in only a matter of weeks. >> reporter: the first, a surfer, grabbed by a great white on september 4th. the next, october 10th, a businessman out for a morning swim, and now this. prompting some here to fear there could be a jaws man eater on the prowl. experts say there are also other possibilities. an increase in the number of whales migrating south this year, as well as more seals, mean more sharks lurking in the water. great white sharks are a protected species in australia. they can't be hunted. but this latest attack prompted a gra dramatic order from the government. >> within an hour of that situation occurring, the fisheries minister, and the government authorized that the shark be caught and destroyed, if possible, and the fisheries are attempting to do that. >> i think it will just create a problem with a lot of dead sharks and it probably won't get the shark that attacked the
. >> apparently it's kay under day. we had a great time, a great time. for those of you who didn't see us yesterday, we thought we would let you know where seattle is. apparently the most intelligent people in the world live in seattle. here it is, you guys. >> it's nestled between two mountain ranges for those of you here, you know. folks at home may not. the snow-capped olympics to the west, cascades to the east making this city an outdoor lover's paradise. kayaking, fishing. skig, mountain biking, all huge here. >> and the beautiful flower is the dalia. am i pronouncing it right? you don't seem impressed. >> i don't know if you know this but it's also home to the second germiest attraction in the country. you know what that is? it's called gum wall. it is nasty. >> it's second only to the blarney stone in ireland. >> people put up chewed gum. look at it. so that's it. "stuck on you." also, you guys, we are sitting at this wonderful, wonderful market. we had fun yesterday. first of all, i did not understand the thing about the flying fish at pike's market. >> pike place market. >> exact
's been criticism in the u.s. about the italian justice system but the appeals process is one that i bet a lot of american defendants wouldn't mind because it's essentially a redo, unlike our court of appeals, this system pretty much everything goes, you can bring everything back on the table and take another look so it is a do over and in this case even her parents, amanda knox's parents admitted to me this is one case where the system may in fact be working in our favor, they said. >> certainly has given her a second chance, lester on duty in perugia for us, thank you. >>> a new survey suggests 10% of american parents are not following government guidelines for having their children vaccinated. parents are refusing some vaccines and delaying others mainly because of safety concerns which many health experts say are unfounded. >>> well who knew a dolphin could take down a lion? it happened this weekend at the box office. "dolphin tale" took the top spot from "the lion king" taking in $14.2 million. "moneyball" came in second and "the lion king" slipped to third. >>> still on the topic o
you. >> some of us have been outside. >> we, me and ann have neglected you. coming up, more on that dangerous story out of zanesville, ohio, a lot of animals. some 48 or 50 out of a wild or exotic animal preserve were apparently let go and they have now escaped into the surrounding community. police have hunted down some of them, killed dozens but there's still some on the loose talking lions and tigers and wolves and things like that. it's still an ongoing story. >> also, remember the man who -- a video camera showed us allowed his 9-year-old drive the van he was in because he said he was drunk. he's now appeared before a judge so we'll have the latest on his case and also what the young girl's mother had to say about all this and also coming up this morning, this as we all know is breast cancer awareness month and so as a result we'll talk about what every woman needs to know. >> it's wednesday, so that means it's time for "today's money 911" and our team of experts will answer your questions on everything from when to buy a new home. if you've been through a foreclosure,
>>> good morning. crackdown. police use tear gas on the supporters of the occupy wall street movement in oakland as authorities in atlanta storm into a downtown park overnight, arresting dozens of protesters there. what's driving the rising tension? >>> cancun in the crosshairs, authorities begin evacuations along mexico's popular caribbean coast as hurricane rina approaches, a powerful category 2 storm that could also impact the florida coast. this morning, new details on where and when rina will hit. >>> and stormy start, the arizona couple who tied the knot in the middle of a massive dust storm. they've cleaned themselves off and they're sharing the dirty details with us. "today," wednesday, october 26th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning, i'm matt lauer alongside acac. last we saw you or heard you, you had no voice. >> and i can speak again. i can. >> i'm not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing. >> i know, it could be a terrible thing. >>> meantime this poor cup until arizona. wouldn'
. an employee gets into a fight with two female customers. the employee used a metal rod to beat the two young women. we've going to have more behind this disturbing video ahead of that. >> just when you thought it was safe to go back into the ocean, sharks, they are big, they are dangerous and have been involved in several fatal encounters with humans this year. that begs the question, why are there so many attacks in recent months? we will take a closer look. >>> on a much different note, shopping is going old school for the holiday season. remember lay away plans? they're back in style, but are they good for your bottom line? i do remember those. >> i do, too. i know. >>> plus, meet the newest internet sensation. he doesn't sing, but he can handle a basketball and a volleyball. he's got game. petty is going to join us again this morning and apparently we're going to take on petty. >> i'm very excessive. i brought my sneakers. we're going to do a little volleyball out there on the plaza. >>> we begin, those, with occupy wall street. mara is live with more on that. >> reporter: amy, as you ca
oumt out of the economy this week and the payroll numbers which tell us how many jobs created by the u.s. economy. let's hope things continue to be better than expected. back to you. >> we are hoping. mandy drury at the new york stock exchange, thanks. >>> israeli arch kolgzs made a discovery of a tiny box made of bone with a cross etched on the lid, dates back to the sixth century a.d. inside, two portraits of a man and a woman fwh gold, possibly jesus and mary. experts believe a christian likely carried it and lost it on an ancient jerusalem street. >>> this is just two doggone cute, a howloween parade in california sunday. 500 pups donned their best costumes, there was also a bulldog kissing booth or maybe a slobbering booth. all proets go to an annual charity. very cute. :09, we turn it to matt, ann and al. those will not be our costumes. >> mr. roker outside with our trick-or-treaters. first ek ch of the weather. >> we've got a costume channeling the number within movie this weekend, puss and boots, very nice. what is your name? >> kayla. >> where are you from? >> indiana. >> you do
? there's some research there may be something to us, star, donny and nancy will opine. >>> talking about jill's steals and deals. jill martin has some great things, she says some of these things are up to 80% off. >> a little bit later on, you are what you eat, well, we've got something that proves that fact, which foods and drinks, like peppers and tea, keep your healthy on the outside and beautiful on the outside. >> let's go to natalie for the headlines. >>> kidnapped israeli soldier schalit has been reunited with his family. the 25-year-old was captured in a cross-border raid by hamas militants back in 2006. meantime more than 1,000 palestinian prisoners are being released in exchange for schalit. >>> republican presidential candidate herman cain is once again raising questions about his immigration policy. building an electrified fence between the u.s. and the mexico border was a joke, he said that the u.s. needs to a fence. >>> that deadly hair salon that rocked seal beach last week, they have released the 911 tapes >> natalie, good morning. less than a week after the mass shooting
. thank you for being us with. >> thank you for having me. >> less than 24 hours from a decision, has to be a ternnse time. >> we're trying to find ways to pass the time and we're hopeful we get an acquittal. >> what are the possible outcomes? acquitable, upholding the verdict. is there any middle ground? >> i understand the italian justice system does have split decision where is one person can be acquitted and the other one found guilty. but really amanda and rafael have the same alibi. they were together the night that meredith was murdered and they are their own alibis. probably will either go acquittal or guilty. >> so much attention during at peels process is on the dna evidence, fairly discredited by court-appointed experts. as you go through the process, and you think about what occurred over the last couple of weeks and the circumstantial evidence, how do you feel about the case that's now soon to be in front of the jury? >> if they are focusing really on the evidence that's presented in the court of law, i feel pretty good. you just said it dna totally discredited. and nothi
. nancy snyderman back breaking down all the latest news and studies for us. >>> also, there is still obviously a lot of curiosity about amanda knox and how she is doing now that she's had her murder conviction overturned and she's out of italy, back with her family and friends. in just a couple minutes we'll be talking to her dad about how that adjustment period is going for amanda. >>> on a different note you think about fall and start looking around and thinking i want to spice things up, we'll show you simple things you can do to spice up every room in your home without busting the bank. >> that's a good idea. >> a lot to get to. let's go inside. savannah guthrie is at the news desk. >>> good morning. in the news today an outpouring of tributes for apple cofounder steve jobs who is being remembered today as a visionary and leading light of the digital age. nbc's george lewis has more now from apple headquarters in cupertino, california. george, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. it is a sad day for apple and its 47,000 employees worldwide mourning steve jobs, a man
no attention to us. >> some people said congratulations like we had just gotten married. >> what the heck? >> there you go. >> mr. roker, how is it going to be for the trick-or-treaters tonight? >> not too bad. snowfall wise from last -- from this past weekend, anywhere from 14 to 9 to 16 inches of snow, 21 inches in millbrook, new york, and here in the city almost three. over five in newark. 2.7 in portland, concord 13 inches of snow. the good news is, for today, no big problems, a few showers along the mid-atlantic states. we've got a shower or two down in southern florida around ghost cove, plenty of sunshine in the midwest, showers in the northern plains, sunny and cool in >> good morning and happy halloween. temperatures will stay below normal. mid 40's in the mouains. >> and that's your latest weather. >> announcer: "happy halloween today" is brought to you by hershey's bar pure delight. what makes a hershey's bar good? pure hershey's chocolate. >>> now do-it-yourself costume, it's the last minute. if you still need a costume have no fear. >> elizabeth mayhue is here from "woman's d
in and talks about the meetings he's had with the gop hopefuls. >>> and dangerous dad. the father who used his 9-year-old daughter as his designated driver faces a judge, and the little girl's mom speaks out in her husband's defense today. wednesday, october 19th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good morning, welcome to "today." it's 7:00 a.m. on the west coast on this wednesday. i'm matt lauer. >> and i'm ann curry. a lot of nervous people in ohio this morning and plenty of questions as police armed with shotguns hunt for those escaped animals. they've killed 30 of the nearly 50 so far. one tiger was just put down a short time ago. >> when detectives first arrived at the scene, they found all the cages at the preserve open and the park's owner dead. now investigators want to know if that man intentionally set the animals free before allegedly taking his own life. >> let's now get right to nbc's john yang in zanesville, ohio weather more. john, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, ann. investigators are telling nbc news this morning that the inld cases are that
of viability as he moves forward. >> a story that crossed the a.p. about the u.s. and iraq. the u.s. thinking about keeping troops past the year-end deadline. now there are signs they will come out. end eight years of involvement in iraq. an historic turning point. what do we know about the reality of this? >> administration is still going to have careful consideration about any sort of residual force. that will be something that's done in negotiation with the iraqi government. but to have no force there whatsoever, puts us in a -- you know, potentially precarious situation if things turn for the worse there. and it's always been the thought of the administration, that there would be some forces that would stay behind, even past the deadline. so i think this is come go to watch very closely. >> david gregory, thank you very muff. >> thank you. >> richard liu at the news desk with today's st top stories. >>> more on the protests that spread worldwide. we have more from london on that. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, richard. organizers here estimate there are 250 protesters still here
captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hey, everybody. we are so gl you're with us today. it's booze day tuesday, october 18th. two more days until hoda and i are going to see you live at the pike place market in seattle thursday morning. >> we want you to come down. if you want to join us, the seats open up at 6:00 a.m. you go to first and pike. we are going to start our first show at 7:00 a.m. local time. bundle up. there are seats for some. everyone else can stand and just enjoy. >> come and have fun with us. talk about fun. >> it's going to be good! >> there was another big event. >> it was bigger on the show than it was at home. >> kathie lee and frank celebrated 25 years. >> it's unbelievable. really is. ♪ somewhere a place for love that's streisand singing. always been my favorite, favorite. ♪ waits for you somewhere >> one of my favorite videos was david foster did this arrangement. who is the guy that did the "exorcist?" it sounds like a strange thing but he directed the video. it's one of those glorious things. >> how was the anniversary, 25 years? >> uneven
at the republican ticket in 2012? their answer, as they sit down together with us. >>> terror warnings. the state department issues a worldwide travel alert to americans, after breaking up an alleged iran-backed plot to assassinate a saudi official, and it involved blowing up a restaurant in the nation's capital. this morning, vice president joe biden speaks out. >>> mazed and confused. a mother places a frantic call to 911, after her family gets lost in a corn maze. >> i don't see anybody. i'm really scared. it's really dark and we've got a 3-week-old baby with us. >> police eventually got them out. that mom's happy to be safe at home. "today," wednesday, october 12th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >> good morning. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> and i'm ann curry. good morning, everybody. boy when you see mitt romney sitting side by side with chris christie you have to think that's a pairing that a lot of republicans would like to see in 2012, matt. >> should romney win his party's nomination, would christie be on his short list for vice presi
or won't he? nbc's mike va cara joins us from washington with the and. i'm kidding. mike, good morning. >> yeah, right. will he or won't he? chris christie said no too many times to count. but now, the new jersey governor may be having a change of heart. as chris christie himself put it, it's put up or shut up time. after months of a flat refusal -- >> no, i'm not running. >> if you don't feel it in your heart, you have no business running. >> after months of a flat refusal, the tough-talking governor is now said to have second thoughts of a white house run. ene even with the gop race under way, many aren't satisfied with the field. >> some republicans see christie as the ultimate anti-obama. >> he seems to be the straight talker that everybody wants. most of us have dreams to see what it would be like to see governor christie debate president obama. >> if he does run, governor christie would be playing catchup. and many believe he must decide in days. >> you have to do all the little things, building that campaign, fund-raising dooem team, rolling out your policy proposal, all with no
? i am so cool. >> look at us back in the day. i had a wetsuit on. that was back in 2005, i think. >> i had blonde hair then. i always go by my hair color. >> you know what the difference is? >> yes, the length and the color. >> a lot of us came to know you back with "american idol" back in the day. i remember singing a clip of you singing a capella to the judges. >> was it "at last" or "express yourself?" ♪ at last our love has come along ♪ my lonely days are over ♪ >> look at my head. it just keeps going. watch my head. here we go. we're going to turn. turn it again, turn it again. ♪ skies above are blue >> beautiful. >> here's my head, watch. i keep doing this. >> do you get nervous in those settings? you a capella by yourself? >> i feel i'm better when i'm a capella because i have no rhythm. when i go with the band, the musical director is pounding on the keyboard keeping me in check. when you're singing apella, you don't have to. >> that was absolutely beautiful. >> i was nervous. we walked in there and they didn't tell us what was going on. that was the third auditio
here that have supported us. and especially amanda. >> reporter: amanda knox has been given her life back. the prosecutor says he will appeal to italy's supreme court, leaving open a small possibility that the italian government may try to extradite knox. but legal experts say the chances of that are slim. amanda's father described the moment just after they won the appeal when he first hugged his daughter. >> i mean, she pretty much took the air out of us when we were hugging her. >> reporter: back at the family's home, his biggest concern was trying to regain some of the normalcy they've lost. >> it's extremely surreal. it's something that we kind of feel like we're just regular people in a neighborhood, and then all of this happens. >> reporter: he would not say where amanda was going, only that she needed time to adjust. >> a lot of it is just going to be talking to friends, you know, being able to, you know, touch and hold your friends and, you know, to be able to just kind of reconnect. >> reporter: and spending time with her family. >> i just want -- my family is the most impo
this year, vanished from her crib. you told us the police accused you of killing your daughter. >> mm-hmm. >> reporter: how has it been for authorities to focus on you at times? >> terrible. my daughter's missing. the last thing i want to have to worry about is something like that. she didn't have to put any energy, any time or effort into anything but finding her. >> reporter: just before 5:00 on the night lisa disappeared, 25-year-old deborah was spotted on surveillance tape with her brother at a grocery store buying baby supplies and boxed wine. now for the first time deborah admits she was drinking at home in the hours before she says lisa vanished. were you drinking that night? >> yes. >> reporter: how much? >> enough to be drunk. >> reporter: so you were drunk? >> mm-hmm. >> reporter: a lot of people will say you were drunk that night, is there any chance you did anything that hurt your daughter that you are not telling us? >> no, no, no. if i thought there was a chance i would say it. no, no. i don't think that alcohol changes a person enough to do something like that. >> repor
designs and ease of use. >> when it comes to consumer computer users the computer industry hasn't done a really good job of trying to understand them and understand their desires and their needs. >> reporter: so in 1984 he introduced the macintosh, calling it insanely great. there was a famous super bowl ad for the mac running only once on tv but seen millions of times on youtube. apple didn't always prevail. faced with tough competition the company struggled, trying to gain a share of the personal computer market. and steve jobs had an abrasive personality that contributed to his ouster from apple in 1985. >> the brilliant, genius, visionary side of him that burned very, very bright, and there was this terrible dark side to him, too. >> reporter: he went into the movie business, acquiring pixar studios in 1986, making a string of hit computer animated films starting with "toy story." >> to infinity and beyond! >> reporter: then, after an 11-year absence he was brought back to apple where his creativity revitalized the company. the ipod changed the way people listened to their music. >
community here in seal beach. >> we understand he was wearing some body armor. can you tell us just how many weapons did he have? >> you know, i'm unclear at to how many weapons he did have. yes, it was confirmed that he did have body armor. >> i understand multiple weapons. do you have any sense about how he was able to hurt -- obviously he's still accused of this crime. we don't -- he's still a suspect still. but how so many people were killed? how so many deaths happened? >> you know, ann, that's the unexplainab unexplainable at this point in time. it's something that's so horrific that we're really -- we're all trying to really put -- put any sense to it. if there was one intended victim, if there were multiple intended victims, that we're just not sure of yet. we're definitely in the process of getting to the bottom of it. >> you've been able to notify all of the victims' families at this point? >> i believe, actually, at the time of our interview this morning i received notification that all families had been notified. we hope to be -- we hope to be releasing some victim information so
friday, president obama announced he will pull u.s. troops out of iraq by the end of the year fulfilling a campaign promise. when you heard him say it, did you think that's great military strategy or that's political strategy? >> the reason he had to do it is because the iraqi government wouldn't give the united states troops' a pathway to be tried by the u.s. they wanted to try him in iraq. no commander in chief could agree to that. so the iraqis made it impossible to keep forces there. he should have kept 20,000 there to make sure iran doesn't misbehave and turkey doesn't brutalize. but he couldn't because the iraqi government wouldn't give him that option. >> let's talk about the gop field. if you look at the polls now, you have herman cain leading the republican pack by a couple percentage points. he's a guy who has turned his back on the early primary states like new hampshire and iowa. he doesn't have an infrastructure to speak of. he's out selling a book. is he a serious candidate? >> he's serious, but he's doing it in an unusual way. if an election were held tomorrow, herman cain
are heading style in the u.s. and how to get your hands on some of the looks they wear even for a little less. >> what's her name again? >> pippa. >> okay. we got that. let's turn to a serious story this morning. >>> the showdown averted at the site of the occupy wall street movement here in new york, nbc's mara schiavocampo is there. mara, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the police ended up arresting several protesters during a celebratory impromptu march on wall street. they were marching to celebrate a victory against the owners of the park they were camping out when word came that they would not have to evict for a scheduled cleaning. earlier this morning, the park's owners decided to postpone the scheduled cleaning hoping to come to agreement with the protesters. before that announcement was made up to a thousand people gathered here at zuccotti park, the base camp for the occupy wall street camp for one month. they rallied against an attempt at a eviction and an attempt to silence them. the city says they could stay indefinitely, but then said the park owners wanted them to tem
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